Both clubs are through to the last 16 and will meet at Munich's Allianz Arena with Bayern needing to win at least 4-0 in order to finish as group winners after losing 3-0 in Paris last September.
PSG's hopes of ending the group stage with a 100 per cent record were dashed by German giants Bayern, who claimed a 3-1 victory at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday.
Summer signing Corentin Tolisso doubled the hosts' advantage less than 10 minutes before the break after latching on to a pinpoint James Rodriguez header, however PSG teen sensation Kylian Mbappe rounded off a stunning team move from inside the area to halve the deficit shortly after hall-time.
Referee Cuneyt Cakir waved away the furious protest by Alves and Tolisso stayed on the pitch to help Bayern close out the win.
Many fans refuse to acknowledge their status as one of Europe's 'big clubs' until they pose a genuine threat in the Champions League and so their loss at Bayern's hands should refocus them for the knockout stages. The coach wasn't the only one responsible, the team was too.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi described Bayern's performance as a "lesson for everyone". What has he done to get everybody pulling in the same direction so quickly? Then in the second half we came out of the dressing room with a different mentality, we could have even come back and drawn 2-2. It was enough to restore the home side's pride, albeit not enough to top the group. Earlier this season, for example, the Brazilian star claimed that fans hurled baguettes at him during PSG's heated 2-2 draw in Marseille.
Having already seen a yellow card in the first half, Tolisso clearly dived as Areola slid for the ball. "Changes like that are obvious to me".
PSG would have become the seventh team to win all six group games - and first since Real Madrid in 2014-15 - had they won.
Fortunately, Neymar is no stranger to this kind of thing and he dealt with it in good grace.
'It's nothing personal against PSG, but we do want revenge, and we want to send a message to the rest of Europe, ' said Kingsley Coman.
"He is playing exceptionally well and he wanted the fourth or fifth goal".
Still, the French midfielder Tolisso kept the pressure on, finishing clinically in the 69th minute after David Alaba's storming run and cross down the left flank.